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cavuto and romney left it at a tippy statement, i was disappointing to hear that rick santorum would regard have president obama as president than a republican. to election is more important than any one person. it is about the future of america. any of the republicans running would be better than president obama and his record of failure. romney spokesman was more blunt. saying and i quote, "senator santorum is not only embarrassing himself with ill-advised comments but damaging the conservative movement." now it is time, senator rick santorum is here to respond finally on the phone. senator, good to have you. a lot of folks say you committed political suicide. >>guest: this is laughable. i'm out here sacrificing my time and energy and my family committing mile and traveling around this country saying the highest priority of the country is to defeat president obama and what i was saying there is, if we don't have a choice, the american public may decide to keep president obama. that is all i said and i have said it in every speech and this is the hat trick of all time. i have said r
does not have the big banks, goldman sachs, boycotting him, and, number one contributor to romney right now and other companies you see, g.e., and the c.e.o. on his competitive council, his outside chief executive advisor and g.e. contributions were big in 2008 but they have given twice as much to romney as obama. that is interesting. >>neil: g.e. has given twice as much? >>reporter: to romney. >>neil: but the c.e.o. is a big advisor to the president. >>reporter: and we should point out sources tell the fox business network and these are sources that are close to him, but he is disenchanted. i don't spent him to go public with this but to friends he is saying he will vote for romney. >>neil: and who giving the $3.2 million to the president. >>guest: google executives. silicon valley groups more liberal, microsoft is up this. >>neil: the tech guys are still, like hollywood, inclined. >>reporter: and universities. comcast is in the list with an interesting thing, g.e. uses to be and comcast now owns nbc and universal and they are among the top ... there they are. but time warner is there,
to look at that, so, some doubts. >>guest: well, mitt romney has been consistent in focusing on the economy and times that has not attracted headlines but constantly it has come back to the front pinch -- page and that is why she locking leak he has the moment up. rick santorum did not by have the for the economy, did not talk about jobs, not as much as republicans thing he should have. so, again, the economy. back in the spotlight. and mitt romney has been consistent but republicans are worried about the gaffes. >>neil: the argument with the economy is if it starts improving and you are a republican you can be between a rock and a hard place so the republican's argument republicans always waiting for disaster, how does rick santorum or ron paul, or newt gingrich or mitt romney differentiate. >>guest: that is tough. because both parties have that privately what they are rooting for and romney and the other presidential candidates have to focus on although it is a little bit better, than it was six months ago, it is still not where it should be and romney is talking a lot abou
for $99.99, get another one free. verizon. >>neil: we have befores with an romney and ron paul but ten states on tuesday, not one a winner take all, in other words the go who wednesday the state gets all the delegates, so it will take a long time to settle this no matter what happens tomorrow. >>guest: it will take a long time to officially settle it. we could be setted quicker if romney is able to ride the momentum. remember, each week everyone has risen they had the voters pull the chair out from them the next week. romney had a big success in michigan by surviving. and winning both primaries that day. and arizona. big. and wyoming. but, the real surprise for me and why i think he could be on the verge of becoming, again, the nominee is washington state on saturday. i didn't expect him to when that or if i did it would be close but he won it handily and santorum finished third. he has been sliding since he attacked my hero, john kennedy, and said in a speech, the comment about separation of church and state. that is personal. i have to say that. the point is he had a rough week and h
. >>neil: if you had a choice between mitt romney and president obama, who? >>guest: the policies of president obama have to be wiped out. they are terrible. >>neil: and you think mom is lesser of the evils? >>guest: romney is moving, changing positions, he moving our way, he is moving to get government off the backs of the middle class. >>neil: but critics say he is just changing his tune. >>guest: he is the deal, i and politicians with the word "genuine," do not go in the same sentence. who will answer to me? the people, i don't care what party you are, do you go out to work? do you collect a paycheck? you want those people in washington answering to you and not the people who do not think. you are the do something's, that is what it comes down to, not republican or democrat, not occupy or not occupy, you do something, the vast majority of middle class americans do something even though they may not have a job they are looking for it. we want people to answering to us to do something were the producers. >>neil: very well said. >>guest: i could burst in to song, by the way. >>nei
if the nominee is romney, given that he loaned his campaign $40 million, i believe, in 2008, will he do something similar again? he is only given $50,000 if that area, this year. >>neil: so you think if it is not enough and he has been going through cash, fast, he would tap the substantial coffers again? >>guest: well, he is worth $200 million to $250 million which is not something we can relate to, but --. >>neil: aren't you modest. i have seen those sabato swiss bank accounts. >>guest: with the presidency on the line maybe you would be willing to part with that. >>neil: even $40 million or $50 million of his allotment when the presidency is on the line. >>guest: we did not know if president obama will be able to raise $1 billion and some think it could be closer to $750 million and they are worried whether they can get as much money from the super pac's as the republicans. if i guessed today i would guess obama would outspend the republican nominee but i get it is not an enormous difference and what matters whether you spend enough to get the message out, not whether you spend more but enough.
-on-one with mitt romney and allow the republican voters to decide between romney on one hand and rick santorum on the other, those are consistently winning states and see what happens going forward from there. >>neil: well put. thank you, jamie. we called as we always do, all the candidates, including newt gingrich and rick santorum and when they say yes they on. that simple. they say yes, they are on. we remind you that the candidate whose say "yes," they come on and those would say no, they are not on. that is that. should the speaker take a cue from the gipper? tonight at 6:00 i want you to meet ronald reagan former chief of staff who says when it comes to the blame game, yes, some fascinating historical examples. the president's popularity plunges and what is the response of harry reid? >> this poll is so meaningless trying to give the american people an ideas of what 300 million --. >>neil: i heard that and i said wait a minute, wait a minute, that is not what you said before countless times. and our staff, you know what they did? they went back in time. back in time. wait until you hear
well trying to blame romney and everything else. and the republicans do not seem to be able to lay it down and if nothing else the ryan intervention, again check that out, donald trump has been pounding in the last few days and months ago, this is insane. you do not do this when you are the minority. >>neil: don't do what? >>guest: give the democrat as weapon which is we will kill medicare, which allows them to muddy the water. >>neil: you wait physical after the election? >>guest: there is a certain reality went or side is not going to be serious and they have the presidency and the senate, it shows a certain ... put it this way, a certain lack of political judgment to suddenly say we will leave and give an issue to jump in calling it the romney plan. and romney made a mistake endorsing it. there are certain things, we are in an election. we are not in --. >>neil: but people have had it with the political gamesmanship. >>guest: you will not get one until we get a president elected. i agree, this country has come to a stall. but it is going to get resolved this fall. or not and if
care law is a debacle it will boomerang on romney because they will say if given the chance the courts would have said the seem about yours in massachusetts. >>governor huckabee: a big difference to have something at the state level that is constitutional in that state and have something at the federal level that imposes upon the states. that is the fundamental difference. romney doesn't have a problem. he could have a problem philosophically defending an individual mandate but not the constitution los angeles issue the feds have because what they were doing was stepping all over the 10th amendment to get where they did get. >>neil: you were the vice presidential running mate that is how you would handle it? >>governor huckabee: you would say you tried something, some parts worked some didn't but why impose something on 50 states would have not decided if they want it. >>neil: governor, thank you very were. and his health show is tomorrow night the give is on fire. does this president, this president, have it worse than this president? this vice president thinks so while some fiber ads
? >>guest: well, passion comes if many forms, it can be for passion or antipassion. say it is romney and he gets the nomination. i doubt he is going to whip crowds into a frenzy based on everything i've seen. however, his opponent probably will. that is, president obama particularly for the republicans, is enough reason to vote. that is what any republican nominee is going to count on, in the fall, the opposition, the intense opposition, in the republican base to rebound, and that antipassion could be huff to produce millions of votes. >>neil: you could be right open the subject of passion i am for those would don't have it but i have the a career on it myself, and i have always reminded "built for comfort, ladies," but it fell on deaf ears. but the decline in participation on the part of republicans not primaries, this go round versus last go round. maybe they are just not into this? >>guest: well, part of it has to do with the field. if you had candidates who have larger national followings, bigger organizations, more money than three of the four have, only romney, really, has the nationa
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a different feel than need the washington beltway and you start to hear that in romney's campaign. not a lot. but this is not good enough. that will be a theme of the likely run against president obama if he can close the rest of the field out. but, that theme of, this is maybe improving a little bit, but this is still unaccept average, that will be a recovering theme. >>neil: do you think it resonates? the argument before is we will pivot the way to jobs, which are pinging up, to gas which is up, to whatever the problem of the day is or does romney or paul or santorum or gingrich make the argument that this is not making a case for an economic boom. >>guest: the key is collective, you put together whether it is the economy, noting when president obama took over unemployment was under 8 percent, gas prices were under $2 a gallon and you do the compare and contrast and the president obama will try to make this not a referendum but a close so republicans are going to have to hammer home the fact that his record against what they promised and that is where the emergency will be but a lot of rep
and now offense. this helps them because they are going after president obama and romney calling for senior administration officials to be fired and he is arguing you can affect gas prices and, republican, rahm emanuel in 2007 won back the house for democrats based on gas prices so i don't think the republicans can put all their eggs to one basket and that is what john mccain did in 2008 when gas prices went up that helped and they went down and there was this more plan (b) in an election that was tough to win. >>neil: and senator obama was saying the last run up under president been he could and should be doing more. that was then and this is now. do americans agree this is only so much he can do or like good news it sticks to the big guy. and bad news sticks to the big guy. >>guest: it sticks like the quaterback in football you get blamed, you get the credit, no matter what. but the experts will say the president does not have that big a role but it does not matter and those who are hurting do not want to hear that. they want to hear a short-term plan and long term plan how we
: amazing. amazing. coming up at 6:00 p.m. tonight on fox business network. >> romney is pretty skilled and experienced in understanding about this and could be helpful. >>neil: tom donohue is saying romney is his guy. rarely does he talk to the media. tonight. on fox business network. there for times of war. or disaster. but the president says ben stein -- ben stein thinks this number is more like this number. ♪ when your chain of supply goes from here to shanghai, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ chips from here, boards from there track it all through the air, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ clearing customs like that hurry up no time flat that's logistics. ♪ ♪ all new technology ups brings to me, that's logistics. ♪ >>neil: and now the national average is nine cents shy of $4 a blond and questions the white house will tap into our emergency reserve. according to french officials the white house asked france to join in a possible joint emergency release. and our guest says this is a big mistake. why, phil? >>guest: it is ludicrous. right now there is no shortage of oil. anywhere. we have o
and abc poll has him now trailing romney 49 percent to 47 percent. and we will speak to governor romney shortly on this, and, tomorrow's big contest in alabama and mississippi. but, clearly the grand old party has been in one long dragged out grand old fight. and not to the republicanses detriment and my guest is not surprised gas is the issue and it is resonating. >>guest: yes, it is. shocking numbers in the "washington post" poll at 46 percent, and on the handling of gas prices, 26 percent and 89 percent of people are very concerned about the rice of gas and another 63 percent say it is imposing a hardship and their families. so these are the numbers that have to have the white house concerned. >>neil: but you have been arguing and we have focused on jobs, jobs, jobs and you have been saying focus on gas, gas, gas because that is a more protecting concern that imperils the jobs. >>guest: well, the president did get good news on the jobs robert, 227,000 private sector jobs created but that number on friday is something that people cannot see and fell if their lives. gas prices is somet
but twice to describe romney after saying he had called romney to congratulate him. it is going beyond politics and petty, the longer it is petty the more difficult it is to get these guys rallying around together. >>guest: it will be hard for santorum or newt gingrich to endorse romney if they choose to do it, it will be odd because as we have known in past campaigns, george h.w. bush spoke favorably of ronald reagan and it was not the pettiness and when the party agreed to a nomination they got on board and it was meaningful, not just lip service. and it will not be helpful to romney to have them standing with him after we have seen what has gone on. >>neil: i know they want to stay if the race and they could take umbrage at some saying it is time to go, and i wonder if they will leave when they are ready and are they good and ready convention time? >>guest: well, it is, i think, the race will be decided probably in the next 30 days as we move from proportional race where you get something by showing up to winner take all and it doesn't matter if you are second or third and you don't
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well republicans score with their arguments. so far to the degree the scores with voters, romney has been doing well with talks about cutting the size of government and talks about unionized government workers saying that workers in government jobs should not be paid more for the same work and get greater benefits for the same work that people not private sector. that's scoring well for romney and targets one of obama's core constituencies so it will depend where independent voters go and you look at the last fox poll and they are split. dead even. >>neil: i was going to raise that because one thing beyond who their choices are is the mood of the voters and when they look at the data, the same data you and i lock at and report on, they have a different take than the main street media, not you, the mainstream media gloms on to this and people at home are very smart and they say, better, but not great and they can distinguish enough to say, slow down, here, that is what is showing up in the president's numbers. >>guest: exactly, and people make their own decisions and, by the way, some
with romney and under proportional representation there could be some votes. our goal, and in north dakota frankly which i talked about a very exciting possibility, our goal is to continue developing solutions like $2.50 gasoline combined with american energy independence so no american president ever again bows to a saudi king and if we continue to develop big ideas and big solutions for the third time i'll be back in the lead and it may take another five or six years but for reason to believe it is not possible because my two competitors, my primary competitors do not have large ideas. they are very traditional politicians. >>neil: so when we were covering the arizona and michigan primaries, on fox business network, i know you were busy, we had rick santorum 's supporter on saying the pressure will build on newt gingrich to come to us. you are thought at that point, it does not appear -- if i am mitt romney, are i enjoying this? >>guest: you would be if you could get a majority somewhere. romney's problem he cannot close the sale he outspent of rest of us by 10-1, and he just can not clo
pathway to get all the delegates. and we only have a handful of those that have been awarded. and romney has a few north of 100 but he has a long way to go to clinch the nomination but a lot of people have said michigan and arizona took care of it but a lot room left to end up becoming the nominee of the republican party. >>neil: very good perspective, governor. be safe, governor huckabee, thank you very much. >> speaking of the storms, from the kentucky office of emergency management in frankfurt, kentucky, what can you tell us? >> the timeline of the storms hit as predicted by the national weather services and we are seeing the storms move up the ohio river corridor and they moved through parts of the louisville metro area and moved northeast and we do have reports of several tornadoes spotted. >>neil: we hear some of them, you have multiple sightings and multiple funnels. what have you seen, specifically, or is it just hard to keep up? >>guest: right now, happening so fast it is hard to track it all. we are doing the best we can. we have petitioners -- mercy operation center activated
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is at your back. >>neil: so, after the nominations are complete, whether it is president, republicans, romney or someone else with all the pac money on the right is there a substantial amount of funds republicans have at their disposal, the idea suddenly the drummer boy by comparison, is not true? >>guest: there is always going to be money in politics and there have been various attempts to try to squeeze or limit it and when that has happened there is a loop legal and we had this huge decision from the supreme court and democrats are saying we should fix it but there is always going to be that amount of money whether this election or not. it used to be said there is more money spent in politics than on potato chips but the gap is narrowing. >>neil: really? just me alone ... all right, thank you bob, very much. love talking to that guy. he created thousands of jobs by creating home depot and now we will see if he is ready to create a buzz were which republican candidate would he like to see win the nomination? you could be surprised. tonight at 6:00 p.m. on fox business network. bernie is bac
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